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A sweet evening for you and your sweetheart, friend or favorite family member, or come alone and treat yourself to a nice evening (you deserve it)!

Choose your experience...


OPTION #1:

DINNER THEATRE -- Space is very limited for dinner!

Tickets: $30 per person, includes dinner served at 6:00 p.m. and the movie at 7:00 p.m. Ticket sales end Friday morning.


* MENU:

Chicken Alfredo, Seattle Salad, Artisan Rolls and a special movie-themed dessert.


You'll get to choose your theatre seat when you arrive, then enjoy your dinner in our cabaret area down front.


* Please note: We're unable to make menu substitutions. Thanks for understanding.


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OPTION #2:

MOVIE ONLY - Limited seating available.

Movie Tickets: $15 

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for movie ticket-holders

You'll watch a classic romantic movie in a classic, 96-year-old theatre, and you can purchase our gourmet popcorn with real butter and free toppings.


Young architect Sam Baldwin  has recently lost his beloved wife to cancer, and moved from Chicago to Seattle with their 8-year-old son Jonah  to start a new life. But he remains listless and mournful, so one evening Jonah phones a national radio call-in show to find his father a new wife.


After talking to the host, Jonah persuades his reluctant Dad to go on the air as well. Soon, 2,000 calls and letters flood the station from interested women.


One comes from Annie Reed, who lives in New York and is engaged to Walter but ambivalent because he's a bit strange and seems allergic to just about everything. She travels to Seattle and decides Sam is not the one for her; but Jonah decides she IS the one for his father, and he engineers a flight to New York for Sam to meet Annie at the top of the Empire State Building, rather like the old Cary Grant movie "An Affair to Remember," which Annie and her best friend Becky adore.


This is a warm and gentle 1993 romantic comedy that tells a lovely story.